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Say hello to our new website!

We are delighted to be able to finally unveil our brand-new McCann website, a progressive and improved platform which gives the reader a complete picture of our business.

Evolving our online presence and bringing us up to date in the digital space, this new website contains all of the key information about our company, the work we are involved in and how our culture and values set us apart within the industry.

Our homepage packs a punch with big, bold headings and a timelapse video banner. Our services, updates and latest news then take centre stage, alongside a quick introduction detailing our business.

In the top navigation, you can find all the information you need at the click of a button. This includes our latest COVID-19 updates, an overview of each of our service areas, a dedicated media section with news, projects, media and videos, details about our compliance, values and training, as well as a revitalised careers page for all of our latest vacancies.

It has never been easier to find us, with a more detailed contact page including addresses and information for all of our UK-wide offices and depots.

This online transformation has been a significant project for our team in 2020 and the end result is certainly one we are proud of, as our New Business Manager James McDaid explains.

“McCann continues to go from strength to strength, especially when you take into account some of the sizable projects we’ve been awarded over the past few years. With a forward order book of a number of exciting projects we wanted a new and improved platform to showcase the fantastic work our teams are involved with,”

“Taking our website to the next level is a natural evolution alongside our continuous growth as a business – and we think this new destination reflects the journey we’ve been on and will continue to be on for many years to come. We’re excited to be able to share it with the wider world and showcase our dedication to civil and electrical engineering excellence.”

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